A musical montage of memories and magical moments fills out a fantastic finale. All of your ships may not have sailed yet, but there is likely a long way for the Kitauji high school band to go yet.
Somehow this filler arc gets better direction, writing, and probably budget than most of the main stories. Hit is an interesting villain and deserves the screen time.
A fast-paced ending with even more new concepts to be introduced. The saving graces of this series don’t show up all that much in the finale – and it definitely needed it.
A confession, a re-uniting, and a sibling’s love. Pretty much everything is addressed in this very final episode. There’s a music competition going on as well, but it’s clearly not the focus. And there’s still one more episode after this! (To my surprise)
In a wild change of direction and tone for Super, Goku is found dead by his friends. It’s a tense entry in a usual comical and inconsequential series. The world may not be in trouble, but our hero is.
It’s the end of fall and the end of the anime season! Two big finales covered this week in
Hibike! Euphonium S2 (one more!) and Occultic;Nine. As for non-anime news, have you seen Rogue One yet? (Update Dec 26: Occultic;Nine 12!)
If you thought this plot had been twisted too many times already, prepare to be un-twisted and re-twisted again! The real question is, how does this still seem like exposition in the penultimate episode?
New information about the direction of Dragon Ball Super’s story has arrived via the series’ official website. Check out the very telling visual that accompanied the announcement.
Reina looks to figure out where she stands in Taki-sensei’s life now that she knows a little more about him. Little does she realize, she already has a pretty active relationship going on through all of this. You know what I mean.
Seventy episodes – this show is getting geriatric. It could definitely use a new wind, but the comedy filler is pretty entertaining in its own right, as long as it is done well.